On the shores of Cayuga Lake, in the tiny village of Aurora, New York, a distinctive collection of historic inns and restaurants awaits the modern traveler. Appointed with handsome antiques and an exceptional collection of art, the properties – just 30 minutes from Ithaca – provide four-diamond accommodations, farm-to-table dining, and immersive experiences in Finger Lakes culture.
Since its launch in 2003, the Inns of Aurora has grown to encompass three boutique accommodation properties: the classic Aurora Inn offers ten guestrooms with deluxe appointments, E.B. Morgan House features bold colors and modern art in its seven elegant guestrooms, and Rowland House – opened in 2014 – serves as the ideal location for executive retreats with a state-of-the-art boardroom, private dining room, comfortable parlors, and ten stylish guestrooms. A fourth property, Wallcourt Hall, will open in May 2016 with 17 clean, modern guestrooms.
The Aurora Inn offers fresh, from-scratch farm-to-table dining in its warm, comfortable dining room – one of the few places in our region to dine with a stunning and uninterrupted view of sunsets over the lake. Across the street is the Fargo Bar & Grill, offering casual fare and a diverse and extensive list of craft beers. Dorie’s Bakery – a ten-minute walk from the Aurora Inn – is the perfect spot for a breakfast, lunch, or dinner, with homemade soups, sandwiches, and pizza, wine and beer, and elegant pastries and cakes.
For special rates for Tompkins County Chamber of Commerce members, please contact Sara Brown, sales manager, at 315.364.8828.
The Inns of Aurora
391 Main Street, Aurora, New York 13026
(315) 364-8828 | innsofaurora.com